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Patriot Act Deadline Threatens to Splinter NSA Reformers

Stinging from defeat, some privacy advocates want to let parts of the Patriot Act sunset next year. But not everyone is ready to take the plunge.

The Iran Nuclear Deal Extension Has Powerful Republicans Fuming

The seven-month extension gives Iran and the U.S. more time to discuss an agreement on Iran's nuclear program. It also gives Congress ample time to intervene.

 

White House Push To Allow FBI Phone Hacks Could Hurt Intelligence Gathering

Two former Navy SEALs say that the White House and FBI push against encryption will hurt troops, intelligence gathering.

What Rand Paul Gets by Trying to Start a War

By declaring war against the Islamic State, he's also picking a legal battle with the White House.

Bumbling Start, White House Micromanagement Doomed Hagel

He was never part of the club in the Senate, and he never meshed with the White House.

Kerry: More Time Needed for Deal on Iran's Nuclear Program

The seven countries missed Monday's deadline for a final deal, saying they are extending last year's interim agreement until mid-2015.

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel Is Leaving the Obama Administration

The first post-midterm change was announced Monday.

Bills to Stop Veteran Suicides Gain Traction on the Hill

The year is winding down, and the bill's path to passage in the Senate is unclear.

How Congress Could Block a Nuclear Deal With Iran

There are a number of ways lawmakers could throw a wrench into a potential agreement.

IG: Corruption in Afghanistan Getting 'Significantly Worse'

A top watchdog said it "seems like nobody is responsible for anything."

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Patriot Act Deadline Threatens to Splinter NSA Reformers

Stinging from defeat, some privacy advocates want to let parts of the Patriot Act sunset next year. But not everyone is ready to take the plunge.

The Iran Nuclear Deal Extension Has Powerful Republicans Fuming

The seven-month extension gives Iran and the U.S. more time to discuss an agreement on Iran's nuclear program. It also gives Congress ample time to intervene.

 

White House Push To Allow FBI Phone Hacks Could Hurt Intelligence Gathering

Two former Navy SEALs say that the White House and FBI push against encryption will hurt troops, intelligence gathering.

What Rand Paul Gets by Trying to Start a War

By declaring war against the Islamic State, he's also picking a legal battle with the White House.

Bumbling Start, White House Micromanagement Doomed Hagel

He was never part of the club in the Senate, and he never meshed with the White House.

Kerry: More Time Needed for Deal on Iran's Nuclear Program

The seven countries missed Monday's deadline for a final deal, saying they are extending last year's interim agreement until mid-2015.

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel Is Leaving the Obama Administration

The first post-midterm change was announced Monday.

Bills to Stop Veteran Suicides Gain Traction on the Hill

The year is winding down, and the bill's path to passage in the Senate is unclear.

How Congress Could Block a Nuclear Deal With Iran

There are a number of ways lawmakers could throw a wrench into a potential agreement.

IG: Corruption in Afghanistan Getting 'Significantly Worse'

A top watchdog said it "seems like nobody is responsible for anything."

Show More
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